Television celebrity chefs have been padding their culinary resumes with Las Vegas eateries for more than a decade, but several still manage to attract long, long lines of hungry Vegas visitors, and they show no signs of abating.
Go big or go home, the saying goes. For two video poker players Monday in Henderson, they went home happy.
A player wagering $125 a hand on Triple Double Bonus Poker hit a royal flush for $100,000 at Green Valley Ranch, according to a Station Casinos spokesperson.
A few hours later at Sunset Station, a $50 bet on Ultimate X Poker Bonus Streak netted a player $90,000, also with a royal flush.
Both players chose to remain anonymous.
Most late-night options for shows include comedy clubs and topless revues but Late Night Magic is a unique and affordable option for tourists who are looking for something different to do late night in Las Vegas.
There is no other plumbing company in Las Vegas as memorable as Atlas Plumbing. The technicians at Atlas are instantly recognizable in their dapper uniforms, wearing vintage caps, suspenders, and impeccably tied bow ties.
Criss Angel’s new restaurant is, it appears, a victim of its own success.
The Wheel of Fortune slot machine remains iconic on the Strip.